Ascotel Villeneuve Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Avenue Paul Langevin, Cite Scientifique, Villeneuve d'Ascq, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59650, France
Ascotel Villeneuve Hotel
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 29% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Visiting Lille

by yvgr


I'm spending 4 days in Lille, september 2011 and it will be my first visit to France. I'd like some recommendations on things to do. I like museums and nature. What should I not miss when i vistit Lille?

Thank you for all responses!

Re: Visiting Lille

by hawkhead

Check my pages for restaurants. There is the Palais des Beaux Arts to visit - I personally was disappointed but it all depends what you compare it to. We also did a guided walking tour of Lille, which might be a good thing for you to start off with.

Re: Visiting Lille


When will you be in Lille ? In 2010 the "Braderie de Lille" will be on 4 and 5 sept. In 2011, I don't know when it will be, but this is an event that you should not miss. Beware to book lodging long in advance as there are hundred thousands of visitors.

Re: Visiting Lille

by Dunx

A couple more museum / galleries that are interesting: La Piscine Musee d'Art et d'Industrie at Roubaix (you can reach it by metro), and the Modern Art Museum at Villeneuve d'Ascq. Both are worth the short trip out of the centre.

For nature, try the citadelle area of the city where there is a pleasant walk around the old fort. Also there is a small but nicely set-out zoo in the same area. There is a much larger park at the Modern Art Museum - great place for a picnic if it's nice.

For restaurants it's worth checking a guidebook, but the rue de Gand is full of popular places to eat.

Travel Tips for Lille


by Helga67

We made a day trip to Lille in 2004 when it was the cultural capital of Europe. I was surprised how lovely this city is. It's not too big, so you can see most of the important buildings during one day. I especially liked the old city "Vieux Lille". Most of the houses in this part of the city were built in typical Flemish or French style and are lovely decorated. A real joy for the eye. I had a great time walking around here.

Richelieu Gardens and War...

by funkymama

Richelieu Gardens and War Memorial…

CALAIS ,Set up in 1862 on the site of the old town’s defences the Richlieu Gardens were redesigned in 1956. Rodin’s statue of the Burghers of Calais occupied the strip of land in front of the gardens from 1895 to 1924 when it was replaced by the 1914-18 war memorial, the work of the sculptor Moreau-Vauthier. Badly damaged by the bombing during the German occupation its place was taken by a memorial by Yves de Coetlogon which honoured the memory of the fallen of both world wars.
The symbolisation of Peace presses an olive branch to its breast.

Good Value

by hawkhead about Le Repaire du Lion

A creperie that also sells salads. Very friendly and helpful. Slightly off the main tourist area, so place is frequented by locals. From a choice of over 100, we had the "Popeye" crepes - spinach and ham. Also had dessert crepes, which were very good. Recommend a pichet of cider.
Open Monday - Saturday: 11.45-14.00 and 19.00-23.00
From October until the end of April: Saturday: 12.00-23.00

The Braderie

by linwei66

Every year the first weedend in September is Lille's city wide Braderie; a giant flea market requiring vendors to camp out a week before hand to claim a spot. Lille gets millions of visitors every year for this event.

New Stock exchange building

by bugulma

The New Stock Exchange is situated just behind the old stock exchange building and you can see it form General de Gaulle square (exactly its high tower). It was built in 1906 in neo-Flemish style and today it is the Chamber of Commerce.


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Address: Avenue Paul Langevin, Cite Scientifique, Villeneuve d'Ascq, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 59650, France